Hellenic American University was founded in 2004 by an Act of the New Hampshire (US) Legislature and is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
The University offers six undergraduate degree programs, seven graduate degree programs at the Master’s level, and one doctoral program. All degree programs are approved by the N.H. Department of Education - Division of Higher Education - Higher Education Commission.
Hellenic American University is not affiliated with, sponsored by or related to American University.
Duration of Studies
All undergraduate programs require four years of full-time study, except for the Associate’s of Science in General Engineering (ASGE), which foresees two years of full-time study. The duration of the graduate programs varies as follows:
- MBA/MSIT/MSPSY: two years of full-time study
- MAT/MAAL/MACI: at least one year of full-time study
- Ph.D. in Applied Linguistics: approximately three years of full-time study, excluding the Dissertation
The Academic Year comprises two semesters. University courses and Study Abroad programs are also offered during Summer and Winter Intersessions.
Contact our admissions office or refer to the University Catalog 2017-2018 for information on tuition and fees.
- Student Enrollment (Fall 2017): 58% undergraduate and 42% graduate students
- 38% male and 62% female students
Distribution of Matriculated Students
|% of students receiving aid
Faculty (Fall 2017)
- Student to Faculty Ratio: 9 to 1
- 88% of Full-Time faculty hold doctorate degrees
Faculty by rank and gender
The undergraduate retention rate (Fall 2017) is 80% and the graduate retention rate is 92%.
Note: The data on this Fact Sheet has been prepared by the University’s Office for Institutional Research and Assessment, which provides information on the institution to support strategic planning, policy formulation, resource allocation, and external reporting needs.